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Doctoral dissertation: SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH. “Electrophysiological study on resuscitated patients. Clinical evaluation and risk stratification with analysis of Average ECG signals and Fast Fourier Transforms : ventricular late potentials”.Read in MADRID, COMPLUTENSE UNIVERSITY on November 28, 1990.DISTINCTION: SUMMA CUM LAUDE

 

First Publication in Spain of Ventricular Late Potentials for identifying patients at high risk of Sudden Cardiac Death.
– Paylos J.M.
Averaging of High Resolution Electrocardiogram Signals. Ventricular Late Potentials.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 1990; 43: 591 – 603.

 

First Diagnosis and Electrophysiological Study and Treatment in utero with Programmed Ventricular Stimulation in the World, of Incessant Supraventricular Tachycardia in a hydropic fetus.
– Paylos J.M.; De la Fuente P; Olaizola I. Surgical termination of incessant Supra-Ventricular Tachycardia in a hydropic fetus.
European Heart Journal, 1991, Vol 12 (Abstr, Suppl): 2026, 370.

 

 

First description in the scientific literature of the myocardial energy spectrum in patients with Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M.; Cordero B; López de Sá E; Sáenz de la Calzada C.
Spectral Temporal Mapping of the P wave in subjects with and without paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Vol. 21 (Suppl.) No 2.181-A-1993.

 

First description in the scientific literature of the myocardial energy spectrum in patients with Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome.
– Paylos J.M.; López de Sá E; Cordero B; Martínez J.M et al.
Spectrum turbulence in relation to the ventricular activation front through accessory pathways in the Wolff-Parkinson-White Syndrome.
Rev. Esp. Cardiol. 1992, Vol. 45 (Suppl 1): 45, 123.

 

Turbulence in the ventricular myocardium; Relative to the activation wavefront in the Wolff-Parkinson-White sindrome.
– Paylos J.M.; López de Sá E; Cordero B; Martínez J.M et al.
6th European Congress on Intensive Care Medicine. Barcelona, Spain, October 1992.

 

First successful implantation in Spain of an Implantable Recorder for Syncope of unexplaind cause.
– Paylos J.M; Aguilar Torres R.J.
Utility of the subcutaneous implantable Recorder in diagnosis of recurrent syncope of unknown etiology in patients without structural cardiopathy with tilt table test and negative electrophysiological study.
Rev. Esp. Cardiol. 2001, Vol. 54 (No 4): 431-442

 

First Successful Treatment in Spain of patietns with Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation by Cryoablation with Balloon-Catheter and description of the technique.

– Paylos J.M.; Robert H. Hoyt, Clara Ferrero, Carmen Berrio et al.
Complete circumferential isolation of the pulmonary veins using balloon catheter cryoablation in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
Rev. Esp. Cardiol. 2009. 62(11):1326-31.

 

Research Award for the best oral communication. (Second Prize) Awarded by the Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias section of the Spanish Cardiology Society at the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Electrophysiology and Arrhythmias section and Implantable Automatic Defibrillator and Syncope working groups in Las Palmas, Canary Islands. March 19, 2009.
Complete circumferential isolation of the pulmonary veins using balloon catheter cryoablation in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Adriana Espejo, Nuria Cabrera, Clara Ferrero et al.

 

Complete antral isolation of the pulmonary veins by the big 28 mm cryo-balloon catheter in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation regardless anatomy including common trunks.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Arancha Rey, Adriana Espejo et al.
Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Vol.20 (Suppl.1).S27; 10.5.2009.

 

Acute antral pulmonary vein isolation using balloon catheter cryoablation in patients with paroxysmal atrial fibrillation and six-month followup.
– Paylos J.M., Adriana Espejo, Nuria Cabrera, Clara Ferrero et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2009;62 Supl. 3. 1-226;143.

 

First description in the scientific literature of Classification of the lesion produced by cryotechnology in Pulmonary Veins in patients with Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Roberto Ramírez, Ricardo Molezum et al.
Gadolinium Delayed-Enhancement MRI to Assess the Extension of Residual Cryo- Balloon Catheter induced lesion at the left-atrium-PV junction level in patients treated for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
Heart Rhythm Vol.7.No 5, P03-36.(Suppl.)2010.

 

Complementary value of Adenosine and radiofrequency in the isolation of pulmonary veins with cryoablation in Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Isabel Delgado, Miguel A. Quiñones et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2010; 63 Extraordinario 3. 124 (P.856).

 

Characterization of the residual cryolesion left by the balloon catheter assessed using gadolinium contrast MRI in patients with Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Arancha Rey, Roberto Molezum et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2010; 63 Extraordinario 3. 125 (P.857).

 

First proposal in the literature of a mixed Adenosine + Radiofrequency protocol to improve the outcome of cryotreatment for Atrial Fibrillation.
Complementary value of Adenosine and radiofrequency in the Cryo-Balloon isolation of pulmonary veins for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Isabel Delgado, Roberto Ramirez et al.
Heart Rhythm Vol.8.No 5S, P05-132.(Suppl.)2011.

 

Long-Term follow-up for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation treated by Cryo-Balloon- Catheter-Ablation and focal RF applications for residual GAPs unmasked by Adenosine, and guided by bidirectional block as end point.
–  Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Roberto Ramírez, Araceli Morales et al.
Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Vol.22 (Suppl.1).2011; 16.5.

 

Long-term results of Balloon Catheter Cryoablation in patients with Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Isabel Delgado, Araceli Morales et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2011; 64 Extraordinario 3. 208 (P.848).

 

Connections between extrapulmonary venous muscles as a potential cause of Pulmonary Vein Reconduction in patients treated with Cryoballoon for atrial fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Miguel A. Gómez-Marino, Aracelis Morales et al.
Rev. Esp. Cardiol. 2012; 65 Extraordinario 3. 352 (P. 6001-430).

 

Characteristics of Pulmonary Vein Reconduction in clinical recurrences of Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation in patients treated with Balloon-Catheter Cryoablation
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Miguel A. Gómez-Marino, Aracelis Morales et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2013; 66 Supl. 1:170 (4022-5).

 

Characteristics of the Left Atrium- Pulmonary Vein reconductions in the clinical Recurrences of Paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in patients initially treated with the Cryoballoon Catheter Technique.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, J.R. Conesa, M. Rayo et al.
Journal of Atrial Fibrillation. Oct 2013 Special Issue. (P75-76).

 

Extrapulmonary muscular connections as a potential cause of Left-Atrium-Pulmonary Vein reconductions after apparently complete electrical Pulmonary Veins isolation in patients Treated for atrial fibrillation with the Cryoballoon technique.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, J.R. Conesa, Aracelis Morales et al.

Journal of Atrial Fibrillation. Oct 2013 Special Issue. (P77).

 

Efficacy of Balloon-Catheter Cryoablation for maintaining sinus rhythm in patients with Persistent Atrial Fibrillation via acute electrical isolation of the Pulmonary Veins.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, Miguel A. Gómez-Marino, Marisol Paradela et al.
Rev Esp Cardiol. 2014; 67 Supl. 1:350 (6002-14).

 

 

Seven years of Cry-balloon Catether Ablation. Follow-up Analysis, Results, Recurrences, complications and side effects in patients treated for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation, With a prospective protocol guided by complete bidirectional left Atrium-Pulmonary veins disconnection after Adenosine as main target end point. A single center Report.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, L. Azcona, Aracelis Morales et al.
Journal of Atrial Fibrillation. Oct 2015 Special Issue.

 

Cryo-Balloon catheter ablation efficacy restoring and maintaining Sinus-Rhythm in patients treated for Persistent Long Standing Atrial Fibrillation after acute complete electrical isolation of the Pulmonary Veins.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, L. Azcona, Aracelis Morales et al.

Journal of Atrial Fibrillation. Oct 2015 Special Issue.

 

Seven years of Cryoablation with balloon catheter. Analysis of progress, results, recurrences, complications and side effects in patients treated for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation.
– Paylos J.M., Clara Ferrero, L. Azcona, Aracelis Morales et al.
Rev. Esp. Cardiol. 2015;68 Supl 1:546

 

 

First And Second-Generation Cryoballoon Ablation Efficacy Restoring And Maintaining Sinus Rhythm In Patients Electrically Selected And Treated For Long-Standing Persistent Atrial Fibrillation After Acute Complete Electrical Disconnection Of Pulmonary Veins From The Left Atrium Demonstrated
– Paylos J.M., PhD, Luis Azcona MD, Lourdes Lacal MD, Octavio Rodríguez MD et al.

Journal of Atrial Fibrillation 2016 8:6 (18-24)

 

 

Long-Term Evolution of Patients Treated for Paroxysmal Atrial Fibrillation with First and Second Generation Cryoballoon Catheter Ablation with a Prospective Protocol Guided by Complete Bidirectional Left Atrium-Pulmonary Veins Disconnection after Adenosine as Main Target end Point to achieved. Seven Years Follow-up of Patients with a rough estimation profile of Low ALARMEc Score. A Single Center Report
– Paylos J.M., PhD. Aracelis Morales MD, Luis Azcona MD, Marisol Paradela MD et al.

Journal of Atrial Fibrillation 2016 8:6 (6-17)